Leading professionals in mobile enterprise solutions launch new company
1st October 2013 – Johannesburg – MakeMeMobile, specialists in providing mobile enterprise solutions launched today to focus on the burgeoning demand for mobile solutions in the work place to bolster productivity and efficiencies and link mobile field workers into back-end software systems.
Jan Hurn, Inland Director of MakeMeMobile comments on the new company, “We’ve brought together some of the leading experts in the South African marketplace to grow the business and provide mobile solutions to a diverse range of sectors. We have based our head-office in Bedfordview in Johannesburg, with plans to roll out regional offices over the next couple of months.”
Hurn says that their core focus will be on delivering cost effective, quick-to-market mobile solutions for their clients using a flexible and robust platform, coupled with the right software, technologies and support to ensure the seamless planning, development and implementation to world-class standards.
According to Hurn, the company will provide solutions in high demand sectors in the supply chain, such as mobile sales automation, mobile field service or delivery solutions to inventory management solutions. He adds, “Voice directed solutions in warehouse or distribution centres will also be a key drive of our business, as leading FMCG and retail operations are realising the power of this technology to improve efficiencies and productivity, as well as worker satisfaction.”
Hurn says that the company has signed up key partnerships with premier mobile technology providers such as Datalogic, Intermec by Honeywell, Motorola, MobileFrame; NetMotion Wireless, SOTI, Vocollect and Zebra.
Hurn, founder member of MakeMeMobile, has over 20 years of experience within the automatic identification and enterprise mobility industry. He has been instrumental in designing, implementing and supporting enterprise wide solutions within major retail, logistics and FMCG organisations. He is responsible for MakeMeMobile’s South African inland operations, as well as business in the rest of Africa.